Mortgage Servicing Fraud
occurs post loan origination when mortgage servicers use false statements and book-keeping entries, fabricated assignments, forged signatures and utter counterfeit intangible Notes to take a homeowner's property and equity.
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my book is going to the publisher on tuesday which tells my story of illegal foreclosure and how they got away with taking my property.
i am changing my name to protect my family.
if you want to be heard-tell me your story. it wont be edited, it will be YOUR STORY.
We will celebrate all those who are our advocates as well.
And i am naming names of all the companies, government officials, lawyers, and national celebrities who i contacted who ignored my plea for help.
So if you contacted someone who didnt help-let me know-we will call them out on their ignorance of justice.
take matters into your own hands.
dont let them win anymore
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Here's a few names on my list. Good luck with the book, Please let us know how it go's.
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    Here's a true story for you which I can fully document. Ocwen, the
servicer for a New Century mortgage, back dated the start date to pay
from May 2002 to March 2002 thus putting me two months in arrears from
the start. Next they reported this to the credit bureaus to effectively destroy
my credit and prevent me from refinancing at a lower rate than the 9,25%
subprime loan I was tricked into getting. The house was appraised at the
time for $120,000 and I only borrowed about $60,000 so I had $60,000
equity in the property. After 18 months of trying to get this cleared up,
they decided to foreclose on me in February 2004, claiming that I was
now three months in arrears (because of all the late fees and miscellaneous
charges tacked on.) In fact, not only was I not in arrears, I was actually
paid up one month in advance because I sent in extra money in the hope
they would realize their mistake and credit the funds correctly. Mysteriously,
I received a solicitation from a law firm to defend me in this proceeding at a
very low price. I engaged them and all they did was put up a "mock" defense!
I took over the case "pro se" and won it after I realized I had been "sold out"!
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